The Elementary School enrolls students from Kindergarten through Grade 5. Classes include both boys and girls and students are provided with an enrichment program designed to both stabilize their behavior and increase their foundations in education. Activities are consistent with developmental stages. They are geographically separated from older students.
The Middle School enrolls students from Grade 6 though Grade 8. Springdale Education Center’s middle school has been designed to be gender specific and comprises the Middle School Girls (MSG) and the Middle School Boys (MSB). The Middle School Programs provide comprehensive academic activities and focus on fostering enhanced moral development and decision-making while increasing levels of personal responsibility.
The High School enrolls students from Grade 9 through Grade 12. Springdale Education Center’s High School has been designed to be gender specific and comprises the High School Boys (HSB) and the High School Girls (HSG).
The High School Program provides comprehensive academic activities and focuses on preparing students for 21st century adulthood. While the girl’s program amd boy’s program are geographically separated, MCAS 10th grade Math class, MCAS 10th grade ELA class and other preparatory classes are taught to co-ed groupings.
Beginning in the 9th Grade, the Guidance Department becomes involved in assisting students with PSAT’s, SAT”s and other college admission activities, school-to-work programming, and/or prepaprtion for a career in the military. High School students are provided as many opportunities as possible to participate in activities and/or classes from their sending school district or the local community colleges.
The Springdale Education Center Young Adults (SEC YA) program was created to meet the needs of our older students who have not yet completed high school. The program provides academic, clinical and case management services and has an enhanced transitional program providing vocational opportunities.
Conflict resolution and mediation skills take the forefront and emphasis is placed on adult responsibility and shared decision making. This program is also geographically separated from other programs and enrolls both young men and young women.